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Buckets filled from a hydrant are carried 182 steps to water animals after the waterer froze.

The sound of winter

Chris Hardie, Contributor February 6, 2022

If below-zero temperatures had a sound, it would be this: the clang of an iron maul striking the frozen apron of a manure spreader. Our recent cold snap — we dipped close to 30 below zero in my neck...

A new Sled Shed now resides at Tripp Lake Park for community members to use over the winter months Jan. 21, 2022.

Whitewater winter outdoor activities

Katie McIlheran, Photographer January 23, 2022

UW-Whitewater Nature Preserve Jan. 15, 2022

Winter at UW-Whitewater

Katie McIlheran, Photographer January 16, 2022
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Sap from pine trees is safely consumable as it is a high source of vitamin C & A. 12/7/21

Winter foraging in Whitewater

Felicity Knabenbauer, Lifestyle Editor December 12, 2021

Foraging is a natural human instinct passed down from our ancestors when they were mainly in hunting and gathering groups. While for many of us, foraging is no longer a necessity but an enjoyable afternoon...

The Whitewater Symphony Orchestra, the Concert Choir, and Chamber Singers performing together at the 25th annual Gala Holiday Concert on Saturday Dec.7, 2019. -Dane Sheehan

Winter with the arts

Sydney Wojcik, Assistant Editor of Arts and Recreation October 24, 2021

Young Auditorium, Roberta’s Art Gallery and Light Recital Hall are just a few of the places that will be hosting events this winter that you don’t want to miss. A lineup jam-packed with something for...

Whitewater clubs looking forward to the winter

Whitewater clubs looking forward to the winter

Brian Gale, Arts & Recreation Journalist October 24, 2021

As the weather gets colder and winter quickly approaches, clubs in Whitewater are looking forward to adapting to the upcoming season. The ski and snowboarding club is a newer club that travels to different...

UW-Whitewater sophomore Mia Lubahn sets the ball during an intramural volleyball playoff
match at the Kachel Fieldhouse in November 2020.

Intramural Sports beat the COVID blues

Matt Ellis, Arts and Rec Editor January 17, 2021

Intramurals allow students on campus to play and compete in games they love. While fall semester games were scaled back to just badminton, volleyball, bag toss and basketball shooting competitions, the...

ANIMAL HOUSE: Snowed In

ANIMAL HOUSE: Snowed In

Aaron Holliday, Graphic Designer December 13, 2020

Watch out for the ice

Scout Springgate, Managing Editor February 17, 2020

With temperatures fluctuating from mildly warm to blistering cold, ice build-up on campus and city walkways once again become a problem. This issue is particularly prevalent at night, when temperatures...

The battle of the plows, the city and complaints

Carter Secor, Staff Reporter December 9, 2019

When snowfall hits towns and communities in the Midwest, it usually hits hard. Wisconsin is one of the states known for its stereotypically large snowfalls, and the cleanup after these storms can be frustrating...

Business on the books, family on the mind

Business on the books, family on the mind

Brad Allen, Managing Editor February 6, 2018

When a University of Wisconsin-Whitewater professor traveled to South Korea to help teach a Winterim program, he felt a little piece of home with the Winter Olympics set to begin. Dr. Kaviraj Praveen...

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